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Coronado Golf Course Hole by Hole - 17th Hole

Coronado Golf Course, California

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Hole 17 at Coronado Golf Course is a par 4, with a championship tee distance of 427 yards. The men’s and women’s tees are 411 and 363 yards respectively, making this hole suitable for all skill levels. This slight dogleg left has an approx fairway width of 32 yards and 7677 sq ft green area to work with. There are 3 bunkers on the hole, 2% of which are greenside bunkers that can be avoided by playing smartly off the tee. With the right club selection from the tee box, golfers should be able to place their ball in good position for their approach shot into the green.

The altitude, temperature and wind conditions vary depending upon season; however temperatures range from mild to warm during summer months while winters tend to be cool and damp due to its proximity to San Diego Bay. During springtime winds generally come out of Southwest or Northwest directions while during summer they usually blow from West/Southwest direction causing players difficulty on longer holes such as Hole 17 where accuracy is key for success off the tee box.

Teebox type: Championship

Par: 4

Distance: 427 yards

Handicap: 2

Green Area:

7677

Approx Fairway Width:

32

Has Water:

False

Curvature:

Slight dogleg

Percent Bunkers Near green:

2

Bunker Count:

3

Bunkers:

Some fairway bunkers, with the majority (51%) strategically placed around the area.

Club Recommendations

Playing Tips for Hole 17 at Coronado Golf Course:

1. Choose the right club off the tee box to ensure accuracy and good positioning for your approach shot into the green.

2. Play smartly off the tee box and avoid greenside bunkers if possible.

3. Take into account wind direction when selecting a club from the tee box; aim towards more open areas of fairway that are less affected by wind gusts.

4. Utilize course knowledge to identify which parts of fairways or greens are more receptive to shots, allowing you to set up better angles for your next shot on approach into green area or onto putting surface itself.

5. If you find yourself in one of the three bunkers, take extra care with your bunker play as this is often where strokes can be lost quickly due to poor execution or bad luck with lie/distance from hole location on green surface itself!

"The most important shot in golf is the next one."
- Ben Hogan

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